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Verision differences 97/2000/XP/2003

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My wife is working on developing a small Access 97 application. While we
have newer versions of Access available, she's using 97 because that's what
was installed on the machine (Win 2000).

Are there significant improvements in the newer versions, especially with
respect to query wizards and form design/building to make it worthwhile to
switch versions while she develops this small application - which will be
used only by one person.

Is there a url anywhere that lists the differences between the different
Access releases?
TIA
Nov 12 '05 #1
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"John Smith" <a@nonymous.com> wrote in message
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My wife is working on developing a small Access 97 application. While we
have newer versions of Access available, she's using 97 because that's what was installed on the machine (Win 2000).

Are there significant improvements in the newer versions, especially with
respect to query wizards and form design/building to make it worthwhile to switch versions while she develops this small application - which will be
used only by one person.

Is there a url anywhere that lists the differences between the different
Access releases?


If you are looking for differences in the newer versions that will make it
easier for her to develop the app I would say there are none. (my opinion
only of course).

You would need to go to MS web site and look at the "What's New" articles
for each version to see if any of them offer new features that would be
significant advantages to the app she is developing. The areas that you
are describing have not changed much.
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